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Posted by philip_shepperd at October 27. 2018

Afternoon.  A lovely ride over the Blackdowns yesterday, but along the way lost one of the bolts holding the rear stand on (1947 M18).  Can't see one on the shop ..... Might be wrong though.  Any thoughts on where to get one, or what to ask for if i need to get one made up, gratefully received.  Ta.

Re: Rear stand bolt

Posted by Michael Rettie at October 28. 2018

Depending on what you have, search NOCParts for centre stand.

Mike

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Posted by philip_shepperd at October 28. 2018

Thanks Mike.  You reckon centre stand and rear stand bolts (47 M18) might be the same thing?  I'll take a closer look.

 

Previously Michael Rettie wrote:

Depending on what you have, search NOCParts for centre stand.

Mike

Re: Rear stand bolt

Posted by Pete McDermott at October 28. 2018

Philip,

 

The 1948 parts book lists the Rear Stand Bolt as E3818, which probably won't help you much.  However I think it may be the same as on WD 16Hs which was part no. 9613 and that was 7/16" x 1+ 5/16" x 20 tpi, only the end bit threaded to fit the tapped hole in the frame. A thinned locking not helps to keep it there - don't ask how I know !

Re: Rear stand bolt

Posted by ian_soady at October 29. 2018

The centre stand bolts on my 1952 ES2 are 7/16" x 26 tpi although of course this may not be original....

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Posted by philip_shepperd at November 02. 2018

Thanks Ian.

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Posted by philip_shepperd at November 02. 2018

Thanks Pete.  Brilliant.

I also just bought a caliper gauge, which helps a lot!!

 

Re: Rear stand bolt

Posted by richard_payne at November 02. 2018

Russell Motors usually hae them, although with modern plating of course.

Re: Rear stand bolt

Posted by philip_shepperd at November 14. 2018

Thank you.  I will try there as no luck elsewhere .....

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